Marimow to leave NPR for Inquirer

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Bill Marimow, NPR’s former v.p. for news who stepped down last month to become the network’s ombudsman, today was named editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the paper reports (press release here). Marimow previously worked at the Inquirer for 21 years, helping the paper win two Pulitzer Prizes. Marimow wrote a total of two columns as NPR ombudsman. There is no word on his replacement.